Hilda May Grummitt

(1904 - 1992)
     Hilda May Grummitt was born in 1904. She was the daughter of Walter Grummitt and Eliza Stancer.
     Hilda died in 1992.

Walter Grummitt

     The marriage of Walter Grummitt and Eliza Stancer, daughter of Charles Stancer and Maria Dickinson, was registered in Bourn RD, Lincolnshire, in the December 1901 quarter.

Child of Walter Grummitt and Eliza Stancer

Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland

(17 January 1433 - 16 November 1463?)
     Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland was also known as van Egmond in records. She was born on 17 January 1433 in Grave, the Netherlands. 1433 January 19: The messenger of our lady of Cleves delivered the message that her daughter our lady of Gueldres has given birth to a daughter. Grave is a small city in the Netherlands, in the north-eastern part of the province of Noord-Brabant, some 20 kilometers south of Nijmegen and some 30 kilometers east of 's-Hertogenbosch. After the
destruction of the castle of Cuyk it became the residence of the lords of Cuyk, and since the dukes of Gueldres were (at that time) lords of Cuyk they sometimes resided in Grave.
She was also known as Marie of Egmond, daughter of the Duke of Gelre and niece of the Duke of Burgundy. She was the daughter of Arnold d'Egmond Duke of Gueldres and Catherine, of Cleves.
Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland married James, II, King of Scotland, son of James, I Stewart, King of Scotland and Queen Joan or Jane Beaufort, on 3 July 1449 in Holyrood, Edinburgh, Scotland.
     Mary died on 16 November 1463? In Edinburgh, Scotland, aged 30. Died 1 December 1463, buried in Edinburgh.

Children of Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland and James, II, King of Scotland

Alfred Guest

     Alfred Guest married Louisa Popplewell, daughter of George Popplewell and Sarah Ann Whiteley.

Mary Guest

     Mary Guest married John Rich, son of Amor Rich and Elizabeth Hirst, on 17 December 1731 in Darfield, Yorkshire. Which John?.

Naumi Kathleen Clephane Guiness

     Naumi Kathleen Clephane Guiness married Henry Waller Lavallin Puxley, son of Henry Edmond Lavallin Puxley and Jane Eliza Halahan, in 1921. She was the only daughter of Edwin Roland Guiness of Timaru, NZ.

Sarah Guisley

     Sarah Guisley married William Ryther on 15 March 1737/38 in Knaresborough, Yorkshire.

Catherine Gumbleton

     Catherine Gumbleton married Robert Colbert before 1852.

Child of Catherine Gumbleton and Robert Colbert

Mildred Gundlefinger

(1900 - )
     Mildred Gundlefinger married Henry Samuel Halahan, son of Samaurez de Bourdieu Halahan and Margaret Mary Reid. Mildred Gundlefinger was born in 1900 in New York, USA.

John Gunner

(circa 1680? - )
      He was a yeoman of Falkingham.. John Gunner was born circa 1680?.
John Gunner married Ann Grimwood, daughter of John Grimwood and Susan Hoggar, on 6 September 1706 in Chelmsford, Essex, England.

Horace Albert Gunns

(25 March 1897 - 1975)
     Horace Albert Gunns was born on 25 March 1897 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Horace Albert Gunns married Emily Bugg, daughter of William Bugg and Sarah Durrant, in 1919 in Petrsham district, New South Wales, Australia.
     Horace died in 1975 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Philip Gurdon

( - before 1773)
     Philip Gurdon married Isott Leach, daughter of Edward Leach and Dinah Murch, in July 1767 in Watlington, Oxfordshire, England.
     Philip died before 1773.

Mary Ann Gurnell

     Mary Ann Gurnell was born. She was the daughter and co-heir of Jonathan Gurnell esq of Ealing Hosue, Middlesex..
Mary Ann Gurnell married John Armstrong, son of Warneford Armstrong and Frances Grey, on 6 March 1806.

Thomas Gurner

     Thomas Gurner married Elizabeth Geere, daughter of John Geere and Joan Unknown (Geere), on 17 July 1582 in Rottingdean, Sussex.

Dorothy Guthrie

Susan Veronica Guthrie

     Susan Veronica Guthrie married Neville Fenton Halahan, son of Sydney George Fenton Halahan and Mavis Lilian Mennin Cooke, on 20 July 1963. Susan Veronica Guthrie and Neville Fenton Halahan were divorced in 1970.

Thomas Millar Guthrie

(circa 1881 - 15 September 1946)
     Thomas Millar Guthrie was born circa 1881.
Thomas Millar Guthrie married Emily McLean Rosling, daughter of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar, in 1919.
     Thomas died on 15 September 1946 in East Perth, Western Australia.

Lydia Anne Gutteridge

(circa March 1861 - September 1910)
     Lydia Anne Gutteridge was born circa March 1861 in St Botolph Aldersgate, London.
Lydia Anne Gutteridge married Wallace Walter Wafford, son of John Henry Wafford and Harriett Haynes, on 16 August 1882 in St Andrew, St Marylebone, Westminster.
     Lydia Anne Gutteridge and Wallace Walter Wafford were recorded on the 1901 census in 27 Little Goodge St, Tottenham Court, London. Wallace Wafford 40, fishmonger, own account, born London, his wife Lydia Anne Wafford 40, born London EC, daughters Lydia Wafford 17? Dorothy Wafford 9, both born St Pancras.
     Lydia's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1910 in Kensington RD, Middlesex.

Children of Lydia Anne Gutteridge and Wallace Walter Wafford

Peter Guy Dickens

(before 1675 - )
     Peter Guy Dickens was born before 1675. The name may have begun as Gaedechens or Gaedeken. There were Peter Melchior Guedicke s marrying in 1776 and 1781 in Westfalen, Prussia..
Peter Guy Dickens married Ayme or Agnes Unknown (Guy Dickens) before 1696.

Child of Peter Guy Dickens and Ayme or Agnes Unknown (Guy Dickens)

Charles Isaac Guy

(1864 - )
     Charles Isaac Guy was born in 1864 in Maitland, New South Wales. He was the son of Thomas Guy and Harriett Unknown.
Charles Isaac Guy married Sophia Jane Cox, daughter of Elijah Cocksedge and Mary Ann Hammond, in 1894 in Muswellbrook, New South Wales.

Daphne Murial Guy

(circa 1910 - May 1991)
     Daphne Murial Guy was born circa 1910 in Ireland. She was the daughter of James & Martha, of Mountmellick, co. Laois.
Daphne Murial Guy married Rev Maurice Arthur Handy, son of Rev Leslie Alexander Handy and Frances Elizabeth Scott, on 3 July 1940 in Mountmellick, Ardea/Rosenallis, Laois.
     Daphne died in May 1991.

Child of Daphne Murial Guy and Rev Maurice Arthur Handy

Harriett Ada Australia Guy

(22 August 1869 - 31 July 1951)
     Harriett Ada Australia Guy was born on 22 August 1869 in Kayuga, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Thomas Guy and Harriett Unknown.
Harriett Ada Australia Guy married Elijah Cocksedge, son of Elijah Cocksedge and Mary Ann Hammond, on 23 January 1889 in St Andrews Church of England, Kayuga, New South Wales.
     Harriett died on 31 July 1951 aged 81.

Children of Harriett Ada Australia Guy and Elijah Cocksedge

Leslie Elgan John Guy

     Leslie Elgan John Guy married Elsie May Bland, daughter of David Abraham Bland and Elsie May Roden, on 30 September 1939 in Southampton, Hampshire.

Thomas Guy

     Thomas Guy married Harriett Unknown before 1852.

Children of Thomas Guy and Harriett Unknown

Elizabeth Guydickens

(3 September 1772 - 30 December 1860)
     Elizabeth Guydickens was born on 3 September 1772 in London, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Gustavus Guy Dickens and Frances Tracy. Elizabeth Guydickens was christened on 6 September 1772 in St George Hanover Sqare, London, Middlesex. St George Hanover Square: Index of baptisms, 6 Oct 1772, Guydickens, Elth..
Letters to Miss Elizabeth Guydickens
D4582/3/27 - date: [c.1794]: Letter from [? Lady] Westmoreland at Dublin Castle concerning a visit by Miss Guydickens to Dublin.
D4582/3/28 - date: [c.1794]: Letter from [? Lady] Westmoreland at Dublin Castle concerning a winter visit by the Guydickens family to Dublin. (Incomplete and no addressee, but presumed to have been sent to Miss Guydickens). She was listed in the rate book in 1830 for property in 49 Connaught Terrace, Westminster, St Marylebone. Elizabeth Guidickins. £4/5/4.
     Elizabeth Guydickens and Frances Guydickens were recorded on the 1851 census in 49 Connaught Terrace, Paddington. Francis Guydickens, head, male [sic], unmarried 86, fundholder, born London, Elizabeth Guydickens, sister, unmarried 78, ditto, with three servants.
     In Frances Guydickens's will dated 10 March 1854 in 49 Connaught Tce, Edgware Rd, Paddington, Elizabeth Guydickens was named as executrix of the estate; She appointed her sister Elizabeth Guydickens sole executor, her late dear mother Frances Guydickens formerly Tracy, the Tracys, Emma Hard, the widow of Benjamin Hardy a long acquaintance, her relatives the Rev William Whalley vicar of Toddington in the county of Gloucester and his sister Harriot Whalley, Haverford House in the county of Oxford, and their siblings Ferdinand William Whalley, Maria Bowley the wife of Edward Bowley of Fiddington, Gls, Esq. and Frances Ann Whalley.
Ferdinand William Whalley was baptised 17 Nov 1799 Upper Slaughter, Gloucester, England as son of William Morgan Whalley & Martha; along with William Whalley was bapt 28 Feb 1801 Upper Slaughter, Gloucester and Maria 21 Aug 1802. She was an executor of Elizabeth Guydickens's estate on 12 April 1854 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Elizabeth died on 30 December 1860 in 14 Connaught Tce, Paddington, aged 88. Gentlemans's magazine 210 (Feb 1861) p. 225 reported: Dec 30. In Connaught Terrace, aged 88, Miss Guy Dickens, daughter of the late General Guy Dickens. She was buried on 5 January 1861 in All Soul's Cemetery, Kensal Green, Middlesex.
     Her will was proved on 8 February 1861 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. The will with 2 codicils of Elizabeth Guydickens late of 49 Connaught Terrace, Paddington, who died 30 Dec 1860 at Connaught Terrace, wasproved by Harrriot Whalley, spinster of Swerford House, Oxford. Effects under £10,000, resworn to effects £12,000. See also Death duty registers.
     Her estate paid death duties in 1861. Elizabeth Guydickens 49 Connaught Ter, Paddington, - executor Harriet Whalley, Aberford? Ho., Oxon. Principal registery 1/57.

Elizabeth Frances Guydickens

(12 March 1764 - before 28 March 1764)
     Elizabeth Frances Guydickens was also known as Dickens in records. She was christened on 12 March 1764 in St Leonard's, Heston, London. Guydickens, Elizabeth Frances, daughter of Gustavus, Esq. & Frances 12 Mar 1764. She was the daughter of Gustavus Guy Dickens and Frances Tracy.
     Elizabeth died before 28 March 1764 in Heston, London. She was buried on 28 March 1764 in Heston, London .

Frances Guydickens

(30 March 1765 - 25 March 1854)
     Frances Guydickens was born on 30 March 1765 in London, England. She was the daughter of Gustavus Guy Dickens and Frances Tracy. Frances Guydickens was christened on 21 April 1765 in St George Hanover Sqare, London, Middlesex. Frances daughter of Gustavus, Esquire & Frances Guydickens born 30th.
A Miss Fanny Guydichins subscribed to a book of sermons by Mary Deverall in 1776.
Frances Guydickens received a government pension of £231 from 23 Dec 1793. She was still receiviing the pension in Dec 1836 which suggests it may be the daughter rathern than the wife.
She possibly visited Geo Canning in 1794.
     Frances resided at 14 Blandford St, London, between 1806 and 1825.
1826: Letter from Rev W M Whalley at Buttercombe concerning the Waltham benefice (Essex) of which Miss Guydickens was a trustee.
     Frances resided at 49 Connaught Terrece, London, 1847.
     Frances Guydickens and Elizabeth Guydickens were recorded on the 1851 census in 49 Connaught Terrace, Paddington. Francis Guydickens, head, male [sic], unmarried 86, fundholder, born London, Elizabeth Guydickens, sister, unmarried 78, ditto, with three servants.
1853-1854: Letters from Goslings and Sharpe of London concerning shares and transfer of stock on death of Miss Frances Guydickens (in 1854).
     Her estate paid death duties in 1854. Frances Guydickens of Connaught Ter, Paddington to Elizabeth Guydickens, same place. Prerogative Courtn v. 2/257.
     Frances Guydickens made a will dated 10 March 1854 in 49 Connaught Tce, Edgware Rd, Paddington. She appointed her sister Elizabeth Guydickens sole executor, her late dear mother Frances Guydickens formerly Tracy, the Tracys, Emma Hard, the widow of Benjamin Hardy a long acquaintance, her relatives the Rev William Whalley vicar of Toddington in the county of Gloucester and his sister Harriot Whalley, Haverford House in the county of Oxford, and their siblings Ferdinand William Whalley, Maria Bowley the wife of Edward Bowley of Fiddington, Gls, Esq. and Frances Ann Whalley.
Ferdinand William Whalley was baptised 17 Nov 1799 Upper Slaughter, Gloucester, England as son of William Morgan Whalley & Martha; along with William Whalley was bapt 28 Feb 1801 Upper Slaughter, Gloucester and Maria 21 Aug 1802.
     Frances died on 25 March 1854 in 49 Connaught Tce, Paddington, Middlesex, aged 88. Mrs Frances Guydickens aged 89. She was buried on 1 April 1854 in All Soul's Cemetery, Kensal Green, Middlesex.
     Her will was proved on 12 April 1854 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Ann Guzwell

(say 1852 - )
     Ann Guzwell was born say 1852.
Ann Guzwell married Silas Garrett Ruby, son of William Ruby and Ann Garrett, on 28 March 1873 in St John's, Newfoundland. He left his wife around the time of the birth of his son Kenneth.

Children of Ann Guzwell and Silas Garrett Ruby

Afandreg ferch Gwair

     Afandreg ferch Gwair married Iago ab Idwal (?), son of Idwal ap Meurig (?). Stewart Baldwin does not give a name, he states ABT.6i gives her as "Afandreg ferch Wair ap Pyll ..." etc., a supposed descendant of the legendary Llywarch Hen through a string of unidentifiable names. I consider this data doubtful. Afandreg ferch Gwair was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Gwair ap Pill (?).

Children of Afandreg ferch Gwair and Iago ab Idwal (?)

Gwerystan ap Gwaithfoed

     Gwerystan ap Gwaithfoed was born in Wales. He was the son of Gwaithfoed ap Gwynnan.
Gwerystan ap Gwaithfoed married Nest ferch Cadell ap Brochwel, daughter of Cadell ap Brochwel.

Children of Gwerystan ap Gwaithfoed and Nest ferch Cadell ap Brochwel